A Wadden Sea Bibliography

Here, I have compiled a list of books and articles pertaining to nature-culture relations, landscape, nature conservation and coastal protection at the Wadden Sea coast. It is quite an eclectic mix, spanning history, geography, heritage studies, cultural anthropology with papers in German, English, Dutch and Danish. They all informed my own research in some way (the Danish and Dutch papers in translation).

Of course, there are many more studies with a natural science or more narrowly-focussed management approach – although as I have tried to show in my own work, these disciplinary boundaries are fluid and should be crossed where possible!

Abrahamse J. et al (hrsg.) (1976). Wattenmeer: Ein Naturraum der Niederlande, Deutschlands und Dänemarks.

Allemeyer M.L. (2006). Kein Land ohne Deich …! Lebenswelten einer Küstengesellschaft in der Frühen Neuzeit. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH.

Döring, M. & Ratter, B. (2018): Coastal landscapes: The relevance of researching coastscapes for managing coastal change in North Frisia. In: Area DOI: 10.1111/area.12382.

Döring, M. & Ratter, B. (2017): The regional framing of climate change. Towards a place-based perspective on regional climate change perception in north Frisia. In: J Coast Conservation 16 (Part A), DOI: 10.1007/s11852-016-0478-0.

Egberts, L. (2016): Voorbij de harde grens: Een cultuurhistorisch toekomstperspectief voor het Waddengebied, in Visies op de Wadden: Zes essays ten behoeve van de Beleidsverkenning Toekomstige Rol en Ambitie van het Rijk voor het Waddengebied, Leeuwarden, Waddenacadamie, S. 30-47.

Egberts, L. (2018). Moving Beyond the Hard Boundary: Overcoming the nature-culture divide in the Dutch Wadden Sea area. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 9 (1), 62-73.

Egberts, L. & Schroor, M. Waddenland Outstanding: History, Landscape and Cultural Heritage of the Waddden Sea Region, 2018

Enemark, J., Fischer, J., and Reise, K. (2018). Protecting the Natural and Cultural Values of the Wadden Sea Coast in the Anthropocene: An Urgent Call for Integration. In L. Egberts & M. Schroor (Eds.), Waddenland Outstanding: History, Landscape and Cultural Heritage of the Wadden Sea Region (pp. 67-80). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9789048537884-005.

Fischer, L. (2007). Cultural landscape and a natural landscape – notes with regard to the Wadden Sea region Wilhelmshaven 19 June 2007

Fischer, L. (2011). Küste – Von der Realität eines mentalen Konzepts. In L. Fischer & K. Reise (Eds.), Küstenmentalität und Klimawandel: Küstenwandel als kulturelle und soziale Herausforderung (pp. 31–54). München: Oekom Verlag.

Freriks, K. (2015): De kleuren van het wad, an bedreigde zee tot werelderfgoed, Axes: Koninklijke Van Gorcum b.v.

Gemeinsamen Wattenmeer Sekretariat (2005): (hrsg.) Das Wattenmeer: Kulturlandschaft vor und hinter den Deichen, Wilhelmshaven: CWSS (Einleitung, 14-39).

Göldner, L., 1999. The German Wadden Sea coast: reclamation and environmental pro- tection. J. Coast Conserv. 5, 23–30.

Husum Marboe, A. (2010): Nutzung und Schutz maritimer Ressourcen im dänischen Wattenmeer 1900-1960, in Rheinheimer, M. (hrsg.) Mensch Und Meer in Der Geschichte Schleswig-holsteins und Süddänemarks, Kiel: Wachholtz Verlag, S. 357-370.

Jensen, C. (2007): Det fremskudte dige : om italesættelsen af Vadehavet som et naturens sted, Sjæk’len, Esbjerg: Fiskeri- og Søfartsmuseet Saltvantakvariet, S. 143-161, verfügbar über https://fimus.dk/sjaeklen-e-bog/, zugegriffen 16.12.2019.

Jensen, C. (2015): Vadehavsforeningen fylder rundt, , Sjæk’len, Esbjerg: Fiskeri- og Søfartsmuseet Saltvantakvariet, S. 129-143, verfügbar über https://fimus.dk/sjaeklen-e-bog/, zugegriffen 16.12.2019.

Jensen, C., and Hansen, H.P. (2008). Arven fra Vadehavet. In J. Holm, , L. K. Petersen, J. Laessoe, A. Remmen and , C. J. Hansen (Eds), Oekologisk modernisiering pa Dansk- Brud og bevaegelser i miljoindsatsen (pp. 187-218). Copenhagen: Frydenlund.

Krauß, W. (2005). The natural and cultural landscape heritage of Northern Friesland. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 11, 39–52.

Krauß, W. (2008). Die goldene Ringelgansfeder: Dingpolitik an der Nordseeküste, in Georg Kneer/Marcus Schroer/Erhard Schüttpelz (Hg.): Bruno Latours Kollektive. Kontroversen zur Entgrenzung des Sozialen, Frankfurt a.M., Suhrkamp, pp 425-457.

Krauß, W. (2010). The ‘Dingpolitik’ of Wind Energy in Northern German Landscapes: An Ethnographic Case Study. Landscape Research, 35(2), 195-208. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/01426390903557972

Krauß, W. & Döring, M. (2003): Zwischen Globalismus und Populismus: Die Debatte um die Anmeldung des Wattenmeers als UNESCO-Welterbe. In Döring, M., Engelhardt, G., Feindt, P. and Oßenbrügge, J. (hrsg.), Stadt-Raum-Natur: Die Metropole als politisch konstruierter Raum, 135-150. Hamburg: University Press.

Meier, D. et al (2013): Der Küstenatlas: Das Schleswig-holsteinische Wat- tenmeer in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart.

Meier, D. (2010): Weltnaturerbe Wattenmeer: Kulturlandschaft ohne Grenzen, 2010

Quedens, G. (2010): Nordsee – Mordsee, 2010.

Ratter, B. M. W., & Gee, K. (2012). Heimat – a German concept of regional perception and identity as a basis for coastal management in the Wadden Sea. Ocean & Coastal Management, 68S, 127–137.

Reise, K. (2015). Kurswechsel Küste: Was tun, wenn die Nordsee steigt?. Hamburg: Murmann.

Reise, K., 2014. A Natural History of the Wadden Sea: Riddled by Contingencies, Wilhelmshaven Common Wadden Sea Secretariat.

Ritson, K. (2019). The Shifting Sands of the North Sea Lowlands: Literary and Historical Imaginaries, London: Routledge.

Schmitt, L. Klima, Raum und Zeit im Wandel: Eine ethnographische Untersuchung von Adaptationen und Konflikten auf der westfriesischen Insel Ameland, 2015

Striegnitz, M. (2006): Conflicts over coastal protection in a National Park: Mediation and negotiated law making, Land Use Policy, 23(1), 26-33.

Svennevig, I. (1997): Local peoples of the Western World – the introduction of local cultures in the Wadden Sea area, in Arler, F. & Svennevig, I. (hrsg.) Cross-Cultural Protection of Nature and the Environment, Odense: Odense University Press, S. 148-160.

Van der Linde, I. (2008): De Slag om de Waddenzee: Een terugblik op vijf jaar politieke strijd, Amsterdam: IMSA Amsterdam.

Wilken, M. et al. Deiche und Deichachten in der Krummhörn: Ostfriesland im Schutze des Deiches XII, 2003

Wöbse, A.-K., 2017. Space, Place, Land and Sea: The Ecological ‘Discovery’ of the Global Wadden Sea. In: de Bont, R., Lachmund, L. (Eds.), Spatialiszing the History of Ecology: Sites, Journeys, Mappings. Routledge, London/New York, pp. 204–222.

Ziemek, H.P. (2014). “Großreservat Halligmeer” – einer der ersten Versuche zur Gründung eines Nationalparks in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Natur und Landschaft, 89(4), 151-158. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17433/4.2014.50153266.151-158

Egberts, L. (2016): Voorbij de harde grens: Een cultuurhistorisch toekomstperspectief voor het Waddengebied, in Visies op de Wadden: Zes essays ten behoeve van de Beleidsverkenning Toekomstige Rol en Ambitie van het Rijk voor het Waddengebied, Leeuwarden, Waddenacadamie, S. 30-47.

Egberts, L. (2018). Moving Beyond the Hard Boundary: Overcoming the nature-culture divide in the Dutch Wadden Sea area. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 9 (1), 62-73.

Egberts, L. & Schroor, M. (2018). Waddenland Outstanding: History, Landscape and Cultural Heritage of the Waddden Sea Region.

Enemark, J., Fischer, J., and Reise, K. (2018). Protecting the Natural and Cultural Values of the Wadden Sea Coast in the Anthropocene: An Urgent Call for Integration. In L. Egberts & M. Schroor (Eds.), Waddenland Outstanding: History, Landscape and Cultural Heritage of the Wadden Sea Region (pp. 67-80). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9789048537884-005.

Fischer, L. (2007). Cultural landscape and a natural landscape – notes with regard to the Wadden Sea region Wilhelmshaven 19 June 2007

Fischer, L. (2011). Küste – Von der Realität eines mentalen Konzepts. In L. Fischer & K. Reise (Eds.), Küstenmentalität und Klimawandel: Küstenwandel als kulturelle und soziale Herausforderung (pp. 31–54). München: Oekom Verlag.

Freriks, K. (2015): De kleuren van het wad, an bedreigde zee tot werelderfgoed, Axes: Koninklijke Van Gorcum b.v.

Gemeinsamen Wattenmeer Sekretariat (2005): (hrsg.) Das Wattenmeer: Kulturlandschaft vor und hinter den Deichen, Wilhelmshaven: CWSS (Einleitung, 14-39).

Göldner, L., 1999. The German Wadden Sea coast: reclamation and environmental pro- tection. J. Coast Conserv. 5, 23–30.

Husum Marboe, A. (2010): Nutzung und Schutz maritimer Ressourcen im dänischen Wattenmeer 1900-1960, in Rheinheimer, M. (hrsg.) Mensch Und Meer in Der Geschichte Schleswig-holsteins und Süddänemarks, Kiel: Wachholtz Verlag, S. 357-370.

Jensen, C. (2007): Det fremskudte dige : om italesættelsen af Vadehavet som et naturens sted, Sjæk’len, Esbjerg: Fiskeri- og Søfartsmuseet Saltvantakvariet, S. 143-161, verfügbar über https://fimus.dk/sjaeklen-e-bog/, zugegriffen 16.12.2019.

Jensen, C. (2015): Vadehavsforeningen fylder rundt, , Sjæk’len, Esbjerg: Fiskeri- og Søfartsmuseet Saltvantakvariet, S. 129-143, verfügbar über https://fimus.dk/sjaeklen-e-bog/, zugegriffen 16.12.2019.

Jensen, C., and Hansen, H.P. (2008). Arven fra Vadehavet. In J. Holm, , L. K. Petersen, J. Laessoe, A. Remmen and , C. J. Hansen (Eds), Oekologisk modernisiering pa Dansk- Brud og bevaegelser i miljoindsatsen (pp. 187-218). Copenhagen: Frydenlund.

Krauß, W. (2005). The natural and cultural landscape heritage of Northern Friesland. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 11, 39–52.

Krauß, W. (2008). Die goldene Ringelgansfeder: Dingpolitik an der Nordseeküste, in Georg Kneer/Marcus Schroer/Erhard Schüttpelz (Hg.): Bruno Latours Kollektive. Kontroversen zur Entgrenzung des Sozialen, Frankfurt a.M., Suhrkamp, pp 425-457.

Krauß, W. (2010). The ‘Dingpolitik’ of Wind Energy in Northern German Landscapes: An Ethnographic Case Study. Landscape Research, 35(2), 195-208. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/01426390903557972

Krauß, W. & Döring, M. (2003): Zwischen Globalismus und Populismus: Die Debatte um die Anmeldung des Wattenmeers als UNESCO-Welterbe. In Döring, M., Engelhardt, G., Feindt, P. and Oßenbrügge, J. (hrsg.), Stadt-Raum-Natur: Die Metropole als politisch konstruierter Raum, 135-150. Hamburg: University Press.

Meier, D. et al (2013): Der Küstenatlas: Das Schleswig-holsteinische Wat- tenmeer in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart.

Meier, D. (2010): Weltnaturerbe Wattenmeer: Kulturlandschaft ohne Grenzen.

Quedens, G. (2010): Nordsee – Mordsee.

Ratter, B. M. W., & Gee, K. (2012). Heimat – a German concept of regional perception and identity as a basis for coastal management in the Wadden Sea. Ocean & Coastal Management, 68S, 127–137.

Reise, K. (2015). Kurswechsel Küste: Was tun, wenn die Nordsee steigt?. Hamburg: Murmann.

Reise, K., (2014). A Natural History of the Wadden Sea: Riddled by Contingencies, Wilhelmshaven Common Wadden Sea Secretariat.

Ritson, K. (2019). The Shifting Sands of the North Sea Lowlands: Literary and Historical Imaginaries, London: Routledge.

Schmitt, L. (2015) Klima, Raum und Zeit im Wandel: Eine ethnographische Untersuchung von Adaptationen und Konflikten auf der westfriesischen Insel Ameland.

Striegnitz, M. (2006): Conflicts over coastal protection in a National Park: Mediation and negotiated law making, Land Use Policy, 23(1), 26-33.

Svennevig, I. (1997): Local peoples of the Western World – the introduction of local cultures in the Wadden Sea area, in Arler, F. & Svennevig, I. (hrsg.) Cross-Cultural Protection of Nature and the Environment, Odense: Odense University Press, S. 148-160.

Van der Linde, I. (2008): De Slag om de Waddenzee: Een terugblik op vijf jaar politieke strijd, Amsterdam: IMSA Amsterdam.

Wilken, M. et al. (2013) Deiche und Deichachten in der Krummhörn: Ostfriesland im Schutze des Deiches XII,

Wöbse, A.-K., 2017. Space, Place, Land and Sea: The Ecological ‘Discovery’ of the Global Wadden Sea. In: de Bont, R., Lachmund, L. (Eds.), Spatialiszing the History of Ecology: Sites, Journeys, Mappings. Routledge, London/New York, pp. 204–222.

Ziemek, H.P. (2014). “Großreservat Halligmeer” – einer der ersten Versuche zur Gründung eines Nationalparks in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Natur und Landschaft, 89(4), 151-158. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17433/4.2014.50153266.151-158

 

 

Workshop Report: Spatial Strategies at the Land-Sea Interface, Hamburg, September 2019

Spatial Strategies at the Land-Sea Interface: Rethinking Maritime Spatial Planning – Hamburg September 2019: A Workshop Report

A three-day workshop on spatial planning at the land-sea interface took place at Hamburg University, Institute for Geography from 11-13th September. The workshop took place under the umbrella of the Marine Spatial Planning Research Network and the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) Thematic Group on Transboundary Spaces, Planning Cultures and Policy Diffusion. It explicitly sought to the bring together these two academic communities engaged with spatial planning at sea and on land respectively. In this spirit, Prof. Simin Davoudi (Newcastle University, UK) provided the opening keynote, introducing the concept of spatial imaginaries as way of coming to grips with taken-for-granted geographies of the coast. This conceptual introduction was followed by three papers providing reflections on current practices in MSP research and policy in Poland, Denmark and the UK. Continue reading “Workshop Report: Spatial Strategies at the Land-Sea Interface, Hamburg, September 2019”

New Paper: Metageographies of coastal management: negotiating spaces of nature and culture at the Wadden Sea

Walsh, C. Metageographies of coastal management: negotiating spaces of nature and culture at the Wadden Sea, Area, doi: 10.1111/area.12404

This paper forms part of a forthcoming Special Section for Area guest edited by Martin Döring and myself. Most of the papers stemmed from the research workshop: “Managing Coastal Change and Climate Vulnerability: Questions of Place, Space and Landscape” (Hamburg Ocotber 2015). The paper is draws on case study research at the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea coast, centred around the Wadden Sea 2100 climate adaption strategy adopted the state government of Schleswig-Holstein in 2015. Continue reading “New Paper: Metageographies of coastal management: negotiating spaces of nature and culture at the Wadden Sea”

Spatial Planning Unbounded: Transboundary Spaces of Environmental Governance

On 19th September  2016 I presented a paper at a AESOP Symposium on Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion and Planning Cultures, hosted by the Technical University of Kaiserslautern.

On 19th September  2016 I presented a paper at a AESOP Symposium on Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion and Planning Cultures, hosted by the Technical University of Kaiserslautern.

My paper  focussed on transboundary spaces of environmental governance and the potential application of spatial planning approaches within this field. I deliberately sought to challenge and provoke spatial planning researchers to think outside the box of the traditional spatial planning field to engage with the emergence of transboundary spaces within the environmental governance field. In this sense, a double unbounding of spatial planning is called for: moving beyond nation-state boundaries, and moving beyond the traditional domain of the planning profession  – urban and regional development.  Continue reading “Spatial Planning Unbounded: Transboundary Spaces of Environmental Governance”

Coastal landscapes as Boundary Spaces: Wadden Sea Dykes and the Materiality of Coastal Places

In January 2016, I presented a paper at the fourteenth New Cultural Geographies Conference, hosted this year by the Karl-Franz University, Graz, Austria. The abstract is reproduced below. The paper sought to engage with recent debates on the place materiality, following the cultural turn in human geography. Continue reading “Coastal landscapes as Boundary Spaces: Wadden Sea Dykes and the Materiality of Coastal Places”